The Manasikana app launched by the Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah has many useful features
While children spend most of their time playing online games, they might be giving away sensitive data that could put your family’s privacy at risk.
Faketoken virus is capable of recording your phone calls, stealing banking credentials, and diverting incoming SMSes. It might be spreading through bulk SMS messages that prompt users to download images.
The Mariam game issue sheds light on the trend of games with questionable content, which can harm players in various ways. Moreover, people are less discerning about the adverse impact of playing games online because they just see it as something fun, engaging and harmless.
Why should people in the UAE be concerned about the Dark Net and its passageway TOR in this region? Statistics on the official website of TOR show that in Jan and Jun 2017, around 480,000 users from UAE were directly connected to the TOR network.
We spend almost all our waking hours glued to our computer or mobile screens. Here are a few things you should do immediately to manage our time better
Password managers promise us they will keep our numerous difficult passwords safe. Can we trust them 100%?
Making a free call online might look like a better alternative to phone calls, but it can put you at risks you never knew about.
Have you heard of the Blue Whale online group that’s reportedly pressurizing teenagers to participate in dangerous tasks, and even committing suicide? Here’s what you need to know about this trend, and things you can do.
Initiatives like the Great Kindness Challenge, which aims at helping children in developing empathy, combating bullying, and building self-esteem.
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Most of us are so addicted to technology that it has almost started suffocating us. Here are seven stress management tips for technoholics.
Recently a teenager, Sam Abel, from England ended himself as a victim of cyber bullying. It’s yet another wake-up call for parents to take online safety for kids seriously
Have you heard about Snapchat’s latest product? Most kids have, and they can’t wait to use it. As responsible adults, it’s important for you to know that the device might be unsafe for children to use.
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On December 15, 2016, Eichenwald said he received a message from the username @Jew_Goldstein on Twitter. The tweet was an animated image (GIF) of a blinding strobe light that said, “You deserve a seizure for your posts” in capital letters. Mr. Eichenwald, who has epilepsy, saw the post and immediately went into a seizure.
Did you know that there was a time when someone could gain control over Facebook users’ videos to edit or delete them? Dan Melamed, a cyber security researcher who worked at Microsoft and A&T helped Facebook identify the security loophole that could have impacted billions of people.
On May 12, 2017, the biggest and fastest-spreading cyber attack in recorded history hit hundreds of thousands of computers from over 150 countries. Learn more about how to protect yourself from the ‘WannaCry’ ransomware.
Be honest: have you ever came across a Facebook post for “How to lose weight”? What about other health-related topics like, “How to treat an infection without going to a doctor” or “The best way to treat cancer without chemotherapy”?